The final form removed from the mold and sitting in position ready for the performance.
Pre-gallery Prep. This is the same structure that was used in the Sealoft piece Japan Experiment No. 7, it does need some alterations for it to fit the purposes of the new experiment so I took it to Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop were with some assistance from Joe Etchell the structure was made fit for purpose.
Opening on the 5th April 2019, this exhibition stems from my research from Japan with the Robert Callender Residency for Young Artists. In conjunction with ASCUS and the Edinburgh Science Festival.
This project will revolve around the rock surfaces I mentioned in an earlier post. The vertical surfaces I came across in Fukuoka coated in concrete and continuing on from the work at Sealoft in 2017.
The majority of the project will be done in situ, within the gallery space during the two weeks prior to the opening. I will document and post on this blog as I go.
This gallery contains 4 photos.
Framework finished, ready for final checks before the concrete pour.